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THE SALTY CHEF – with Chef Stephen Hunter


Soup “Only the pure of heart can make good soup” – Beethoven The history of soup goes back a long way. Some 20,000 years ago archaeologists say the Chinese were making a form of soup, based on pottery sherds found in Jiangxi Province, China. Soup is also responsible for our use of the word ‘restaurant’. The word was first used…

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NANCHANG NOODLE DISH


Created By Chef Ilona Daniel Serves 4-6 1 small package Jiangxi Rice Noodles, prepared according to package directions, set aside 3 eggs, scrambled, set aside 3 fresh red chillies, thinly sliced 1 bunch green onions, thinly sliced 1 lb (one bag from the grocery store) bean sprouts, mung beans are better if you can find them About a cup of…

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Creating Community


Summerside’s Soul Soup offers free lunch program and weekly connection The act of coming together to share a meal is a longheld tradition shared the world over. To break bread around a table is to celebrate life and the commonalities we share. Over the past year, Soul Soup, hosted by the Summerside Church of the Nazarene, has been serving up…

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Bone Broth Brew


Bone broth packs a nutritious, delicious punch while reducing food waste. From the trendiest restaurants in Manhattan, to the wellness ads on your social media feed, the glory of bone broth is making itself known. Once the lot of home economists, bone broth is now on the radar for its savory flavor, versatility and health benefits. Simple to make, easy…

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